Switchport protected. voice vlan and data vlan on same port
I have a network scenario where the devices on the data vlan can not communicate with each other, but the phones on the voice vlan must be able to communicate with each other. I would like to use the switchport protected feature but it looks like it is on a port level, not vlan.
Can someone please explain this to me or a possible solution.
A little more info. The devices are 3560's or 3570's and the data users are guests of a hotel. So mac addresses are constantly changing.
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